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Provincial Education Plan

The Ministry of Education, in partnership with its education partners and stakeholders, is conducting a survey of individuals who have an interest in the delivery of education in our province.  Click here to participate.


Thought Exchange

Stakeholders participated in Saskatchewan School Boards’ Association engagement to help craft the provincial education plan beyond 2020.

Please visit this link to review the results of the first exchange.


What is working in provincial education & what changes are necessary to ensure students are prepared with essential skills, knowledge and abilities?  click here


Good Friday - April 19, 2019

On Good Friday we observe a sacred silence between the hours of noon and three o’clock.  The hours when darkness fell over Jesus as he hung on the cross.  We are left wordless with sadness over our sins and awe at his mercy.  Jesus maintained a humble, prayerful silence throughout his passion.  Everything he said or did led up to this act of pure and selfless love.  He had said all he needed to say; all that was left now were the “seven last words” that still ring in our ears.  “Father, forgive them, for they do not know what they do.” (Luke 23:34)

Today, try to enter into this sacred silence. Gaze at the crucifix, and see the love that brought Jesus there. Imagine his silent testimony as he stood before his accusers. Let his silence wash over you and fill you with wonder, gratitude, and love. Remember, Jesus did all this for you.  (For more information go to

Holy Thursday - April 18, 2019

Jesus washes his disciples’ feet, to demonstrate that he came to serve us and to give up his life for our sake.  Jesus also told them, “I have given you a model to follow” (John 13:15).  He wants all of us to imitate him—especially in the area of offering love, forgiveness, and service. Just as there is no sin too large to be forgiven, there is no task too menial for us to do—especially if it’s in the service of someone in need. If Jesus is willing to humble himself and serve us in such a lowly task, we should do what we can for everyone around us. We should be willing to perform even the most unpleasant tasks for the glory of Jesus and the healing of his people.

Today we recall the Last Supper, when Jesus first gave us his Body and Blood. May we be just as willing to offer our lives to the people around us.

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